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"gessel" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

08:13 min | 4 months ago

"gessel" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"January 2nd 2000 22. It's been two years to the day folks that I hosted to try to Maxwell Jordan Maxwell joined discussion of truth, January 2nd, 2020. And that was just the beginning of the COVID-19 lockdowns. Just within 6 or 7 weeks of hosting, Jordan, we went into the lockdown, Jordan has had a presence in Hollywood as a consultant for various films, including those done by Steven Spielberg. And others, he is a wealth of information at the age of I think maybe 81 82 now. But that's the January 2nd date here for the sketch of truth. Today we bring on doctor Carroll. The terrorist therapist, her site is terrorist therapist dot com. A couple of things to think about when you consider the United States and how it is politically divided today. And you think of the Federal Reserve act of 1913 and how it according to many stores including myself and that includes Anthony sabatini, the Florida representative that the Federal Reserve act is unconstitutional and should be repealed. That's a direct quote from sabatini. He's not the only one folks, Ron Paul, Mark Fitch man, Arizona, there are many. Now that are, especially in this younger generation, people like run Ron Paul of course are veterans in the political field. People such as sabatini or nut and it is becoming more aware that the Federal Reserve is a corrupt institution. So from that point, you have to consider 1620 the Mayflower why they left England the religious freedom seeking voyage, which was successful, but a couple of things I think about you. You've got, of course, the winter solstice. Now about a week a week in the past, we're in a new year and historically historically government and religion have definitely thread together, and that's the great Victor of the United States is that it's been able to keep a separation of church and state. And it has set a Beacon for other nations to follow. Unfortunately for the past 120 years that has not been the case and these engineered wars have brought further corruption in the in wargame in international in an international movement to unify nations. That called the United Nations. So who is behind this? Because that's not an American brain shop. The United Nations not like, oh, you know, America did such a great thing with your constitution, Bill of rights, and let's adopt that. It's been used as a guise in my opinion. That spreading democratic values, if you will. However, that's not the case. What I find in my research, you can find Ian treachery dot com, go to the research tab, you find a former Stanford Hoover fellow. Explains explains the corruption in the bank, banking system, quite quite well. All the roads lead to the former Roman Empire. And Rome is a continued constant. So yes, I do point fingers at the corruption in the Vatican, and they should be considered. Absolutely. They should be considered. We are using their calendar and Gregorian calendar and who is to say who is the safe folks that these things should not be questions, question I'm not, and I am certainly questioning them. So a couple of things to throw you as something take things protect things from a from a wider brush stroke and look at this in Boston, the pure Puritans in the year of, get this year for you. 16 folks 1659, they banned Christmas. So what is Christmas? Which was a mass, a Catholic mass. Of Christ. That's what it is. It's a Christmas. Is a celebration of the so called birth of Christ even though there's conflicting interest and reports and research around the birth of Christ if you believe in Christ and a lot of that is relevant to the spring, so it was Christ, the real was a person was a savior, is he what these religions say was? I'm just asking questions as well. Don't want to offend you at all, so don't be offended. It's not meant to be offended. Who's Trevor shabby found observing any such day as Christmas or the like, either by forbearing of labor feasting or any other way, is subject to a 5 shilling fine. That's a Boston 1659. They simply banned Christmas and this is a religious group. But then they saw the possible manipulative waves of this outreach and stretch from a meshing of religion and governance. That's my opinion on why the Puritans banned Christmas, but yeah, this is probably something that you have never considered as I simply have never considered. We're going to bring on Carol here momentarily, but consider this June 26th of 1870. That's 1870. That's a 150 years after the pilgrims arrived on Plymouth rock. And it's almost a hundred years since the Declaration of Independence. I've got those got those numbers wrong. 250 years, pardon me. The arrival of Plymouth rock. And just about a hundred years. That the since the Declaration of Independence, that Christmas was even a national holiday. So for almost a hundred years of the existence of the United States as we know it, certainly as we knew of it or no of it, what it was, the 13 colonies, a hundred years passed before Christmas, the massive Christ became a national holiday. There's good reason for that. Food for thought folks, food for thought, and that is, that is the precipice of what everybody should be doing. If you're listening to this program, you should be questioning authority. Questioning things. That is truly where great freedom is achieved in the ability to not be censored. And the ability to be questions and aware and we're an age of dire censorship. So we're going to transition now into some actually Epstein. This Epstein issue with. Gessel Maxwell. Is that her name? That's her name. This is a woman that was found guilty of being an accomplice to this Epstein. Fiasco. And Epstein island and the shenanigans that are going on there. So you sell Maxwell trial will be the topic of conversation with doctor Carroll Lieberman, phony her in right now. The folks happy new year. 2021 happy happy new year and making the best you can. Defend your constitutional rights. Tell you that much. Hello? Yes, doctor Carol Lieberman, it's Ian trachea here. Welcome to discussions of truth. A happy new year to Carol and thank you for joining the program. We wanted to discuss your expertise in regards to various things. Happening in the United States and certainly your website, the terrorist therapist is one that I've mentioned for listeners to go to. So terrorists, terrorism is certainly one thing that Americans have been dealing with for now a couple of decades and certainly before that as well, but of recent news this past week was gestal Maxwell. What do you finding in regards to what happened in that.

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"gessel" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"gessel" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"gessel" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"gessel" Discussed on Now Try This

"Yeah okay. But i was thinking of something that could have not been funny but i but everyone agrees that comedy gold. That's like classic kidding. Me of comedy. Yeah but that's why. The i kinda work because it was like. Oh yeah okay. Okay for a bonus. Point named five of the eight knights of the round table listed at the beginning of the movie sorta lancelot. Yes sir gowing. No yes drag in is one yes There's a lady the lady in the lake. No morgan lafayette. Oh gosh. i can't remember any of the other. There's only one other night of the round table. That's almost as famous as lancelot now famous. And i don't even remember who that is. I don't know i. I have no idea. No idea okay. King arthur vere the wise spinach zero. Lancelot the brave sir galahad the chase. Del had another famous. Sir robin the. Not so quite so brave. Has sir lancelot while sir. Not appearing in this film bores go wayne and actor. I really should should've gone actor. That's really where i You fucked up yeah. This review is a ten out of ten. If you want a film with a history lesson hook into national geographic's channel. Are i guess. That's supposedly look into if however you have ninety odd minutes to spare have a good old fashioned belly laugh or ten with this corny jokes tick visual humor. Couple of urban moments tick also a nifty soundtrack though not all over the film and some great old world talking gags. It has aged quite well but some sports references could leave you scratching your head. I left it in seen as it didn't hurt anyone else. I don't care who knows it. There was a ready made. Set up for a sequel. But as far as i know it never happened. I'm gonna guess the black and with martin lawrence and here's why. Because at the end of that movie he defeats the bad guy with a sword as a night and the way he does it because he doesn't know how to use a sword he. I remember so vividly. He used them like sports thing he was like unlike batters up. He swings the sword like a four and he swings the sword like golf club. So i'm gonna guess that martin wins from. I hope that's the name of the film nick. You're correct black knight with esa movie. Wow what throwback movie. It was a refund. Soya in theaters. It was fantastic. I was eleven. Perfect martin lawrence is great. Do you also remember that. Martin lawrence will be with one of the wilson brothers. Luke wells wilson. Where he's like our in lawrence is a jewel thief and he hides the jewel right before he gets caught and then he gets on a jail year to but now the building that he hid the julian is a police station so he has to pretend to be a cop to get the jewish having. Is that doing good police work. I miss classic martin lawrence. Yes i even been a big momma's house apologised the sequel. That's the way it was all downhill for both pointing main character portrayed by martin lawrence It's a civil but you kind of have to be a low racist to just like be now. Shuki smith now. That's about as racism only to get. I don't know jamal walker. While i should've got your gessel name but not like you know what i mean. I'm telling you that fucking martin lawrence anymore and lord smiles to that mine. Law movie is a good one..

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"gessel" Discussed on The Savings Guru Podcast

The Savings Guru Podcast

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"gessel" Discussed on The Savings Guru Podcast

"Cade wait wait. You see things guy the next three years if you get your crystal bowl outweigh what do you think. We'll see coming down the track in the future. Well i suspect we'll see more competitive joining the market. We're already seeing some signals of people saying. Oh yeah we might like to get into the uk savings market. It would be interesting to see whether some of the marketplace based aggregated hype opportunities reconnect with customers. 'cause i don't think they've got much of a foothold yet. So i think it'll be interesting to see how they evolve. But actually i. I do think that the increasing competitiveness is a really important point and it goes back to what i said earlier. Which is i just want things to continue to get better for customers that you know. That's why i came to atom. That's why i'm really proud of the things that i've achieved here because i think there's a danger that is as more people come into the market. It could become even more rate lead than it has been in the past and of course rates really important. But it's not the only factor that features in customers decision making so. I just hope that people don't say the fact that they're doing this for customers and yes of course you're running a business at the end of the day and it has to be profitable but it's important but the customer the hearth and make sure that you do build that trust and engagement and give people what they need and what they want so that they can save a really healthy way for their futures artery. I think we'll see more innovation that the kasan customers to help save is maximized money on. I think that will be more vagus on that guy. Ford saints things a walking. It's coming to the the mock it definitely aced coming at it from from that perspective would come into the ends on. There's one question that i ask every gessel neighbor which is ego to free posture. Chance to the executive for the day. All what's the one change. Sign richie shoes. Year mates benefits as well quite on this day. If i was in his shoes i would probably be doing something else. But let's not get too political benefiting saved as though it's interesting we've just been talking about the polarizing impact of coverage and how particularly those in underprivileged areas have really struggled with this and they haven't seen this boom the love more affluent people have been benefiting from and as i was thinking about this. I was just considering what's worked. While in the past and what i think is missing and as i was casting around whitney houston came into my head singing. The children are our future. And and i agree with So i think there's something there about some form of a proposition that similar to the child trust fund that we saw about fifteen years ago. Where you out. Some sort of means tested savings account fought for children.

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"gessel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"gessel" Discussed on KCRW

"Art vendors and hundreds of people living in tents on the sand. Well, I was on a road trip with my family, Lin We lost our home after we love because we couldn't get bag. Levi Walls got here five months ago from a small town in Washington state. It's a long story. Yeah. Just everything kind of fell apart. You know, Venice Beach has long had one of the city's largest homeless populations, even as it's become one of La's most expensive neighborhoods. During the pandemic. The number of people camped by the Boardwalk surged, partly because the city stopped enforcing rules around camping in public spaces in line with CDC advice. The city also reduced shelter capacity to avoid Covid 19 outbreaks before it used to be a part of Venice that you could live with not one that has overtaken all of Venice. Mark Van Gessel owns a bar near the south tip of the boardwalk, so on a daily basis, will have homeless people walk into the bar, trying to Use our restrooms cause problems in the bar. Until such point that the customers feel so uncomfortable. They decided to leave and they go somewhere else. This past week, City officials started implementing a plan they say will improve the situation for everyone. They've sent outreach workers to the boardwalk to offer an housed people's services and hotel rooms. The plan is to move an estimated 200 people indoors by mid August. And then to permanent homes, checking things out and I'll help without pretty denounced people. On Tuesday l. A mayor Eric Garcetti toward the area. I will be co leading this operation personally. With our city departments. Anybody else who wants to help? We will make progress here. But the city's plan isn't just about housing people. It's also about making Venice Beach.

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"gessel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"gessel" Discussed on KCRW

"On the other side by street performers, art vendors and hundreds of people living in tents on the sand. Well, I was on a road trip with my family in We lost our home after we love because we couldn't get bag. Levi Walls got here five months ago from a small town in Washington state. It's a long story. Yeah. Just everything kind of fell apart. You know, Venice Beach has long had one of the city's largest homeless populations, even as it's become one of La's most expensive neighborhoods. During the pandemic. The number of people camped by the Boardwalk surged, partly because the city stopped enforcing rules around camping in public spaces in line with CDC advice. The city also reduced shelter capacity to avoid Covid 19 outbreaks before it used to be a part of Venice that you could live with not one that has overtaken all of Venice. Mark Van Gessel owns a bar near the south tip of the boardwalk, so on a daily basis, will have homeless people walk into the bar, trying to Use our restrooms cause problems in the bar. Until such point that the customers feel so uncomfortable. They decided to leave and they go somewhere else. This past week, City officials started implementing a plan they say will improve the situation for everyone. They've sent outreach workers to the boardwalk to offer an housed people's services and hotel rooms. The plan is to move an estimated 200 people indoors by mid August and then to permanent homes. Second things out help with Operation House people. On Tuesday L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti toward the area. I will be co leading this operation personally. With our city departments. Anybody else who wants to help? We will make progress here. But the city's plan isn't just about housing people. It's also about making Venice Beach more welcoming to visitors. On Friday morning, sanitation workers moved in with trucks and hoses..

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"gessel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"gessel" Discussed on KCRW

"They're busy. One person I talk to is Mark Van Gessel. He owns a bar called Hanano Cafe, and you're the South End of the Boardwalk, and he says homelessness drives away customers. So on a daily basis will have homeless people walk into the bar, trying to number one use our restrooms cause problems in the bar until such pointed to customers feel so uncomfortable. They decided to leave and they go somewhere else. Complaints like this Anna are a big reason we're seeing politicians suddenly taking action. So what is what is Councilman Mike Bonin's plan to move people from the boardwalk to hotel rooms, mostly over the next month and a half and then from there to permanent housing, he says he has apartments or rental vouchers for all of the approximately 200 people living by the boardwalk. What was Mayor Garcetti doing there? He met with the head of the nonprofit that is leading the outreach to House People ST Joseph Center, he took a drive with some LAPD officers who briefed him on public safety issues. He walked. The boardwalk got yelled at by a couple of passersby. I was there as well. One of the questions I asked him was, Where have you been? This situation has been boiling for a long time. And he really has let Mike Bonin publicly at least take the lead on it for the city and hasn't been very visible. Well, look, I think throughout the years I've been incredibly visible on this, but I take that criticism. Well, people got to know what I'm doing. And they got to see the mayor out here doing that work, but I'm not interested and Yelling about this and pointing fingers. That seems to be the main play. We gotta solve it. So, so I agree. That's why I'm here. That's why you're here. In other words, Steve Garcetti was there to personally put his face on this. So when we talk about the boardwalk again in six weeks or six months, we can hold Garcetti personally accountable for the outcomes. And so far, what are the outcomes? I mean, has anyone Moved indoors. Garcetti said that 54 people have been moved indoors from the boardwalk in the last couple of weeks after he left the boardwalk. Yesterday, I learned that the city is apparently planning to start sanitation cleanups along the boardwalk this Friday..

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"gessel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"gessel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"gessel" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

Wyrd Ways Rock Show

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"gessel" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

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"gessel" Discussed on A Light Read Read

A Light Read Read

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"gessel" Discussed on A Light Read Read

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"gessel" Discussed on The Fast Growth Podcast

The Fast Growth Podcast

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"gessel" Discussed on The Fast Growth Podcast

"Fast growth podcast super excited super pumped to be with you guys today on this day Today I wanNA give you excess and other bonus offer to all you guys who are listening to this podcast and supporting me and cheering me up and sending me all these messages saying how much you're loving this podcast. So thank you so much and I wanNA give you access to something so a recently completed a five day training are called the recession response training for all my tribe And I want to give you the access to. That's already done Dana but one day to earlier so today is a day number three so in the day number three. We're going to cover or I'm going to show and share with you is. How do you can actually present to influence your audience? If you're one of those people who either present either on the webinars are standing up in front of the room. You'RE GONNA love this episode so make sure you listen these episode entire episode When you get a chance because there's lot of nuggets you're gonNA find in this aura. Gwen watch or listen to this. And I'll see you on the other side one man with one mission how to turn your experience knowledge fashion successful business millions and make millions. Hey everyone the Gessel and welcome to the foss growth costs. Let's get started today's topic very if you one of those people who's being trying to sell something online Know Who's running a coaching services from las many months in years This is one of the best thing you learn today. And and that is the reason for this rancho from Las many dishes. Being my obsession. Because I've been running this doing presentations of before that was for corporate world. After that I started my own business. Eagling this pretty much a few times in a week and that's been my life from law school five years now and so. I think this is if you talk about. It is one of my best topics right so one of the best of big roll out of the top. If I have to be one of the three topics I love to talk about this. One of these topics because I love to study Lotta people globally. Who may be backed at reading these presentations and also what people right? What makes people take action so this is being one of the biggest obsessions of mine. So you're GONNA see a lot of Geeky stuff. I'm absolutely about this so I'm going to go deep into the different stops so hope you like it today is going to be one of the best days Out of these five just because Today's Day Which make Oh pretty much going to change the way you do business right if you understand this concept behind it And the reasoning behind it up. Promise you'll change the way you do business because Has Been backed has got a major impact on the way you want it because if you run it this way You'll see the different next coming years. Holly Businesses GonNa completely change and transform absolutely because Presentations can do it right. So let's get into it. Let's get started and in his what we talk about. Bring up my presentation so number one thing is once we all know that and it's pretty obvious now that are woods have bothered right so you're woods a you have the power to change. The world writes. It doesn't matter what you sell whether you sell a makeup. Whether you sell a personal security tips weather yoursel coaching programs. Whether you sell security anything you're selling it You know we all have these. Words have followed to change the world. And I think it's time to start using these words because you don't want to one of those people who are right. At the end of the age they live and they think they could have done that they should have taken that action and all of us have disability now because these cameras because this Internet because of this the way life is right now that we could actually make that impact nj into sitting in a lounge or trying to all these people who were before us. They never had this Riday Kwon. Do this The way we would do it now. Straight to big. It's a big deal talking gets. It's very important that You must use the privilege to make a better place in the world. And we all must use this rancho. Let's have a look very quickly. Recap what we talked about yesterday. number one thing which are really going to focus on. You know. It's not about your programs. It's not about coaching. It's not what you selling. It's all about your blinds results Ryan show. You'll glide results matters I they are the ones which matters the most. I your method your system. Your way of doing things is is kind of comes off to that to what most people do in this world today. The cell the method. They're trying to sell the system. They want us out there a way of going trying to sell their services. If you find out what people want and what method works the best to get them? Those results are those people who are.

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"gessel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"gessel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There are some shocking parts to the book, and that is definitely one or two the story I should say and some real broadsides that the women encountered, and that that is one and Teresa go is an incredible woman. Incredible success story the first generation daughter of Chinese immigrants kind of raised in this somewhat redneck town first job was flipping burgers at Burger King today is phenomenally successful. But her story of how she went from from there to where she is today. You know is an astounding story, but she was by betrayed really by those that she trusted in and had even meant toward the story gets into what happens, and what that meant to her and it turned out, actually. To be a galvanizing moment for her where she goes on to found co found her own venture firm and so out of crisis. This seems to happen came this sort of a pithy or awakening or a new direction for her. But it is you know, it's it's a tough arena. And when women are vulnerable these women who have been very successful, including MJ Elmore here, and the others I write about when they let down their guard. That's when they're vulnerable, and it seems as if that's when these injuries to them occur. And we're gonna talk with another one of these women that you profile, I should mention Magdalena Gessel is one of the four peered on forum part of our first person series. Sonya Noel Perkins as managing director the Perkins fund. She's with us by phone here. And. I guess you fulfill your parents notion that there would be life after high school for you, you kind of swear in highschool, right? I I wasn't and as a book points out, not very good athlete. But here you came out here and tell us about the early years out here. So the early years out here. Great. So I started out at ta associates in Boston, and then came to California when I was about the same as ended twenty seven years old and joined number ventures, and it was a fantastic time because the internet was just getting started. And there was so much infrastructure and so much software, and so money company that needed to be started to actually utilize the full power potential of the internet. And so it was an incredible great time. And my firm we invested in some of the top companies in the space that really built the core internet, so I had a total blast and was able to meet so many interesting entrepreneurs who were the most my favorite kind of people. I call them so optimistic and so passionate because they were really trying to sell problems to make a world a better place. And and there was just so much going on. It's incredibly exciting. And the venture industry is is such an incredible industry because it's it's rapidly changing. And it's it's just fascinating about what's happening. Kind of around the corner you under move ahead. And I know you went and got a Harvard MBA, but you still being asked to do babysitting for triplets. Well, you know, it's funny the housing market in San Francisco is was bad. Then just as it is now and one of my partners was so generous to lend me his home. He had a little guest house in the back of his house. And he is just a great guy. And I just jumped right in like anyone, and it was so grateful to me because I live on the east coast. I was living in Boston. I grew up in Virginia where my family was. And I was so happy to have a family out there still relatively young. I wasn't married. Didn't have any children didn't really have any friends yet. And so to have that family as my family for a couple of months while I was you know, slugging away trying to find. San Francisco was just great. And when you were at mental ventures, right? I was and you're you're you're start just when you star was rising. You had something that really, I guess we could call an epiphany that led you form Broadway angels. Let's talk about the epitome. Let's talk about Broadway. Chills. Yeah. So so the book is very personal in two thousand eight where I I was pretty well established at that time. I ended up getting a very aggressive form of breast cancer and became a mother at the same time which was incredibly challenging. But what I realized was I had nobody to talk to I I had no trusted female friends that had gone through similar things that I say, how can I figure this this tree are kind of roadblock out, and I didn't have a network of female friend, and that were that were trusted and also in my business. And so I decided I needed to change that. And so I started Broadway angels, which is a group of all. All women top venture capitalists and top entrepreneurs. And what we do is. We shared ills and diligent and today there are about fifty two of us many of them if not all of us are written about in alpha girls, and we have invested in some amazing companies together, including the real real water sitter and one twenty eight technologies, and so it's turned out to be this incredible productive network, which is a little bit like an old girls network, which which I never had. And I and I have a feeling if I had heavy friends and had these colleagues, I would have been able to navigate that better because you know, all all jobs and all in all levels of jobs from you know, the person flipping burgers at Burger King Theresa's warmer colleagues to to, you know, probably the the vice the first lady of the United States, you we all have of Tarrant talented, and you know, the way that we. Advocate them, really matters. That also, you know, my partners were so supportive. So I had my job. It was guaranteed while I was sick and door to door. It was about seven months. They paid me my full salary, and I had the resources to actually get really great healthcare at UCF and most women, and then don't have that. So if you have a family crisis, which could be a baby be cancer or something like that. And you don't have healthcare, and you don't have a supportive family leave. You're you're in trouble. So it really opened my eyes and has given me so much empathy towards others. And so I'm very supportive of some kind of health care plan that supports all Americans not just people who can afford it. And I'm also very supportive of paid family leave because it really made a difference in my life. And I don't think just you know, wealthy venture capitalist should have that. I think everyone should have that also started something called project glimmer. Can you give us a glimmer with that is and what your? So in two thousand nine I realized at the San Francisco firefighters sport program had no gifts for teenage girls and teenage girls are very special because that's a time when their self esteem tends to be very low, and if you have low self esteem as a teenage girl, you're probably not gonna have high how office esteem steam as as a older woman, you don't just have high self esteem when you graduate from Stanford. And so I wanted to let the girls in our community who are at risk. No that somebody cared about them. And and so we started giving gifts beautiful jewelry and high end makeup, and we gave them to risk in San Francisco community in the first year, we gave eight thousand or I think we get eight hundred guests in the first year, and then not a sense grown where we've given over five hundred thousand gifts across the United States. And we now have programs for foster girls and girls from girls Inc. Where we call them days of power intolerant. Where? There in person mentorship programs where we take successful women who were previously at risk girls, and we pay them, and they can have questions, and they can tell stories about how they were able to become, you know, six will given the challenges that they had and we've done them from anywhere from Google a day of empowerment, we have companies that that sponsor them Broadway. Broadway angels going to sponsor one even had at Redken in New York and Morio. And so the project members Grint out to be this amazing thing because what we're trying to do is encourage our community to think about the at routine h girls and women and to really believe in them, and we have these major community programs where we have volunteer day that our warehouse where people can come and actually box the guest. We call them boxing joy date for the people around the United States of America. So it's been unbelievable silver lining that just. Helped helped me, you know, of how I became a lot more empathetic once I had my own problems sounds like really productive and important work. Thank you for doing that. And thank you for joining us this morning. We're gonna continue with you and with them Jay Elmore and Jillian Guthrie and with our listeners. Let me take this opportunity to invite listeners very compelling stories before women in this book, and we invite you to maybe join us and talk about your thoughts about well. Venture capital and women it is as we should changing the landscape is starting to change. But there's a lot more room to go and any questions or comments. You might have a welcome Julian go through by the wheel appear may fourteenth Khumalo club in San Francisco, and on may twenty eighth of the computer history museum in Mountain View, the book as alpha girls and women upstarts who took on silicon valley's male culture and made the deals of.

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"gessel" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"gessel" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Today's guest, hold on mex-, Bada break stride. But you got Phil sleeping by the wet. Saw. It just crack me up. It's so God damn loud. And the stupid dog just lays right next to whoever's doing now. Sorry. It's before this. You can you can it's the different angle Sar. Right. We'll play the game. And then we'll get to deaf. He acts death. But if all calls his name, and he knows there's food there. He gets up and try that construction at your house is that what's going on doing instruction. Always and all the time. But. Yeah. So yeah, he'll go. Yeah. He'll go and lay down wherever you're wherever you're working. I'll go slide through the door here. Sorry. He's. They're doing. Now, you see when I slide the door open. Great play. How got damn loud. It is outside. He's four feet away from where these guys are operating a wet soft. Worried about film. Out. You're staring at me on approve playing on a broom determined not to be comfortable. Yes. And if you go forward a little you'll see that he just lays back down and goes to bed. Oh my gosh. Now, most dogs are you fire up a dustbuster running the other side of the apartment, Phil. He's down. Oh, we partying here. Yeah. This is this is thing. They're operating diamond blade. A wet saw makes me long the excitements of the of the song the same way when you race cars the excitement and the channel in the final. Lynn rock, but Adam would be excited. This. Now is now going to sleep turn it up. With your dog. I worried I think he just says a low resting poll. All right. We're good. Anyway. Look at it. He's literally your spirit animal. I'm going to sleep while stuff's going. White noise. It's an abrasive aggressive aggressive sound before feet away. Just. That he he walked there too wasn't like they snuck up behind. Dog. I remember when you were selling the sliding doors and Phil was just sleeping in front of everybody. Figures out wherever you're working in. And they takes nap there where we work in. All right here. We go. Since the beautiful Tia career is here are gain today is going to be themed films. Featuring is co stars. I don't know anything about anything with film trivia, I just happen to be in this business. Just want to say that that's my disclaimer no matter what happens in a little series of films that people may have heard of called Wayne's world adapted from beloved sketch on SNL years later. Wayne himself would star in another adept tation of a well known source material from the mind of Dr. Two thousand three's the cat in the hat. Interesting theater Gessel, Dr Seuss. That's right. What else do things what else worked on whatever? Sketches? I know night at the Roxbury was a huge. Argue that McGrew heads cone wasn't a hip Gruber work. Yes, I love Gruber. Conan's was garbage movie. Lose zilch. All right. So can hat. What do we think? I mean, it's a kids movie. Well, done what was the rotten tomatoes on this is that have to write it down. Oh. It's tough. Sometimes they're tough on these beloved things..

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